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Hank Aaron's 715th

mlb: “ For our this week, we commemorate Hank Aaron and his legendary home run.

Tom Seaver

this-day-in-baseball: “ April 1976 In a deal negotiated in the groundskeeper’s office under the third base stands at Fort Lauderdale Stadium, right-hander Tom Seaver agrees to a.

February 13, 2005 After 19 years at shortstop for the Reds, Barry Larkin announces his retirement as an active player to become special assistant to Nationals’ general manager Jim Bowden, who had served as the team’s GM from 1992 to 2001. The 40-year-old former Gold Glove infielder spent his entire career in his hometown of Cincinnati.

one of my all time favorite players :-) Arguably the greatest shortstop of all time. Definitely the greatest Reds shortstop of all time.

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May 14, 1972 After twenty-one seasons with the Giants, 41 year-old Willie Mays makes a dramatic return to New York in his debut with the Mets when he hits a game-winning home run off Don Carrithers to defeat his former team,...

May 1972 After twenty-one seasons with the Giants, 41 year-old Willie Mays makes a dramatic return to New York in his debut with the Mets when he hits a game-winning home run off Don Carrithers to defeat his former team,.

Heres a 1963 color transparency of the great Sandy Koufax. This photo was taken during the 1963 World Series in Yankee Stadium by Marvin Newman.

Gemini-inspired cover was drawn by sports and editorial cartoonist Karl Hubenthal

This wonderful Gemini-inspired cover was drawn by sports and editorial cartoonist Karl Hubenthal. The twin.

Carlton Fisk

mlb: “ Happy birthday to a pair of baseball legends, Carlton Fisk and Ozzie Smith.

Dennis Eckersley in 1978

The Red Sox obtain Dennis Eckersley and catcher Fred Kendall from the Indians for pitchers Rick Wise and Mike Paxton, along with designated hitter Ted Cox and catcher Bo Diaz.

Darryl Dawkins dunks during the 76ers game against the Trail Blazers on Jan. 16, 1980 at the Spectrum in Philadelphia. A 6'11" center, Dawkins earned the nickname “Chocolate Thunder” during his playing days for his high-flying, powerful dunks. He famously broke two backboards in 1979. Dawkins has passed away at age 58. (Manny Millan for SI)GALLERY: SI’s Best Photos of Darryl Dawkins

Darryl Dawkins dunks during the game against the Trail Blazers on Jan. 1980 at the Spectrum in Philadelphia. A center, Dawkins earned the nickname “Chocolate Thunder” during his.

siphotos: “On Jan. 10, 1982, one of the most famous plays in NFL history, Dwight Clark’s leaping, fingertip touchdown grab of a Joe Montana pass—forever known as “The Catch"—gave the 49ers a 28-27 lead over the Cowboys with just 51 seconds on the...

siphotos: “On Jan. one of the most famous plays in NFL history, Dwight Clark’s leaping, fingertip touchdown grab of a Joe Montana pass—forever known as “The Catch"—gave the a lead over the Cowboys with just 51 seconds on the.

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